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Testifying for my Agricultural Lemon Law Bill 



My lemon law bill covering implements of husbandry for Wisconsin farmers was heard this week in the Assembly Committee on Consumer Protection. Under this bill, if a farmer has a repeating defect with their implement of husbandry, they can send it back to the manufacturer for it to be fixed. If it can't be fixed, the manufacturer sends them a check for a full refund.

The bill now needs to be voted on out of committee, where it will then be sent to the Assembly floor to be voted on. 

Read more details about AB 631 here. 


IMG_20200116_110932(resize).jpgMy friend Tom Freis, a farmer from Newton, made the trip down to also testify. He has helped me out a lot to get this bill to this stage in the legislative process. Thank you for the help! You did a great job testifying! 


IMG_20200116_103052(resize).jpgTom's wife Janice made the trip down with him. I was happy to show both of them my office and the Capitol. Please stop by again anytime! 

If you would like to meet with me either in the 25th district or in Madison, please contact me at 608-266-0315 or


Meeting with Leaders from our local Credit Unions


This week several leaders from local credit unions visited me at the Capitol. We discussed several pieces of legislation that can help credit unions better serve their communities. We had to take the picture outside of my office because of how many people there were. Thank you for visiting!  


Discussing Legislative Priorities with Wisconsin Farmers  

IMG_20200121_152040(resize).jpgDairy Farmers from all around Wisconsin came by to visit this week. I'm always happy to sit down and chat with those who help put food (and milk) on the table!


Request a Blue Book Today!

Blue Book Order.pngThe 2019-2020 State of Wisconsin Blue Book is now available. It's published biennially by the nonpartisan Legislative Reference Bureau. The Blue Book is a valuable source of information on state government, the legislative process and the history of our state. The featured article in the book is called: A HERO'S WELCOME, How the 1919 Wisconsin Legislature overcame divisions to enact innovative veterans legislation following World War I. If you would like a copy of the Wisconsin Blue Book to be sent to you, please contact my office at You can view the book online at


Legislative Committee Action

IMG_20200116_134114(resize).jpgRecently in the Assembly Committee on Veterans and Military Affairs, we heard AB 591 which would increase the amount of money the DVA can award organizations that care for our veterans. 



Yesterday in the Assembly Committee on Jobs and the Economy, we voted on AB 699, which would allow minors to work as caddies without being employed by a golf course.

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  P.O. Box 8953
  Madison, WI 53708-8953
  Phone: 1-888-529-0025


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